Definition of Inconcinnities

1. Noun. (plural of inconcinnity) ¹



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Definition of Inconcinnities

1. inconcinnity [n] - See also: inconcinnity

Lexicographical Neighbors of Inconcinnities

incompressibility
incompressible
incomputability
incomputable
incomputably
incomunicado
inconcealable
inconceivabilities
inconceivability
inconceivable
inconceivableness
inconceivably
inconceptible
inconcerning
inconcinne
inconcinnities (current term)
inconcinnity
inconcinnous
inconcludable
inconcludent
inconcluding
inconclusive
inconclusively
inconclusiveness
inconclusivenesses
inconcoct
inconcocted
inconcoction
inconcrete
inconcurring

Literary usage of Inconcinnities

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1912)
"inconcinnities' . . , and to secure the accuracy in the use of names, the inclusion of dates, and similar minutiae, which is essential in a work of ..."

2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1910)
"... whose duty it was to see that it provided what those who used any part of the book could reasonably expect to find, to remedy those "inconcinnities" to ..."

3. The American Historical Review by American Historical Association (1905)
"Misprints (especially in the Greek quotations) and inconcinnities are too frequent. Nonius and Gellius are cited from old texts with readings now abandoned. ..."

4. The Literary Diary of Ezra Stiles: Ed. Under the Authority of the by Ezra Stiles (1901)
"Entering into whatever scene, I meet with many inconcinnities & am disgusted too much for Acquiescence in any here below. ..."

5. Introduction to the History of Religions by Crawford Howell Toy (1913)
"Perhaps this is a philosophical formulation of the old " fate," perhaps Plato is merely trying to account for certain supposed inconcinnities and ..."

6. The Mercersburg Review by Alumni Association, Pa.) Marshall College (Mercersburg (1849)
"... and no hesitation is felt about taking it in the sense of this theory, leaving all awkward inconcinnities to fetch themselves right as they best can. ..."

7. Mercersburg Review (1849)
"... and no hesitation is felt about taking it in the sense of this theory, leaving all awkward inconcinnities to fetch themselves right as they best can. ..."

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